First...crash..;_;

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  1. Your Everyday Hacker

    Your Everyday Hacker Banned

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    Just had my first crash on my macbook.

    Everything wouldn't load, I got teh pinwheel of death ;_;

    *remembers to run emulators without anything else running*
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    Emulators? Or virtual machines?
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    Vista doesn't look so bad now eh?

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    Also your avatar is neither clever nor funny.

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    No, it's [probably] because I had about each app in my dock open, (19), and 2 emulators [GBA and DS].

    Also my avatar wasn't supposed to be clever or funny. :]

    Which reminds me, I need a good site to by RAM for mah macbook from. Anyone have one? D:
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    You mean, you can't like, run lots of apps at once? /sarcasm

    Anywhoo, macbooks take a standard 667Mhz SODIMM I think so just find the cheapest online e-tailer, perhaps newegg?
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    Oi.
    It's definitely the NDS emulator. Stupid DemSuMe thingeh D:
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    crucial.com has RAM upgrades for macbooks.

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